Autopsy confirms cause of death for Leland man found with explosive devices in his home

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (StarNews) — An autopsy confirmed a Leland man who was found dead in June, and who had explosive devices in his home, died of a drug overdose.

The autopsy, from the N.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, said that Keith Napolitano, 60, of Leland, died from “multiple drug intoxication,” including cocaine, methadone and gabapentin. Gabapentin is an an anti-epileptic drug.

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